With over two decades dedicated to providing financial services to Mexican entrepreneurs, BanRegio has established itself as a strong supporter of SMEs in the country.

About BanRegio

Founded in 1994, Banregio is positioned as a leading financial institution for SMEs based on its commitment to fostering entrepreneurship and socioeconomic development in Mexico. The business model is centered on two main segments: SMEs and Personal banking. As of 2019, SME loans represent 74% of the bank’s portfolio and Investment, private and consumer banking represents 29% of its total income. In 2018, Banregio began a complete transformation that included everything from its logo and image of its branches to increased use of digital channels and simplification of products and processes. Banregio’s main differentiator is its personalized service which has led to one of the highest Net Promoter scores in the country. By 2019, its NPS was 73.

The Program

In 2016, Banregio designed a Mentoring Program for owners of micro, small and medium businesses to develop practical knowledge and skills. The program includes one-on-one mentoring as well as business workshops and networking events. Since then, over 900 companies from different economic sectors have benefited from this program – 41 percent of them owned by women. The results  include an increase in sales of 1,520 million MXN (US$79 million) and over 7,500 jobs retained and created. 

Clara Banregio was launched in March of 2019 in order to increase financial literacy and education for women. Through workshops, events and digital channels, women learn from other women on a variety of topics related to finance and managing money. Over 600 women have attended these workshops and events since the program’s launch.



40 percent of BanRegio’s clients are
women, with over 380,000 accounts.

47 percent of the bank’s
employees are women.

30 percent of BanRegio’s
branch managers are women.

The Opportunity in Mexico


of women in Mexico participated in the labor force as of 2017, the World Bank found.


of women in Mexico had an account at a formal financial institution as of 2017, Findex found.


of women in Mexico saved at a formal financial institution in 2017, but nearly 1/3 of all women said they saved some money that year, Findex found.


of women borrowed any money from a financial institution in 2017, according to Findex, but 29% took out a loan that year.

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